US voters left behind by economic recovery

The US economy added an unexpected 242,000 jobs in February, exceeding economists' forecasts significantly and easing market concerns of a recession. But clouds remain over a lack of wage rises. The FT's Shawn Donnan explains how the underlying figures indicate why some Americans have become enraged about the US economic recovery and made it a major policy issue for potential White House nominees such as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.

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